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the rollers that feed the paper into the machine have a a set time limit to do so... if the rollers cann't do it in this time limit then you get a paper jam. you either need to clean the rollers with isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol ) and a rag or replace the rollers...
You need to service the printer. there must be something in the way of the paper path giving the impression of a paper stuck inside. A thorough servicing of the machine should get it back up and running.
Have you checked the back paper door?, the paper tray?, and the drum/toner unit? If a paper was torn out of the machine, you may not be able to see the piece that is still triggering the jam signal. You can also pull down the paper guide around the orange fuser roller through the back door by pulling it gently to the left.